Very nice, astonishing models. But then, the question that keeps popping into my mind is: Why should I learn Blender if I am already comfortable with 3ds max. Don’t get me wrong, I love the models, but what would be the advantages of moving to and having to learn yet another platform? In addition, wouldn’t that make me less competitive in the market since I won’t be using the industry standard?
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Hello Andrew. I want too pay with paypal ( I live in the Netherland so paypal is my only option) But when i go to paypal I have to give up a creditcard number?? I never had this before. I have also a accound @ CG cookies, I had payed them with Paypal and had no problem at all. But now I have this??Do you have any idea what it can be? And is there a other way to pay?
Hi! Is it possible later on upgrade from basic to gold or platinum?
Yes you can.Its the same cost.(You just have to pay the difference).:-)
All you do is email email@example.com and tell them you want to upgrade and they will walk you through the process.(IM the same guy above).
brilliant how did you do this come one. to add to that your computer must mean something by now you must have burnt it to a crisp
Is it still possible to purchase a membership eventhough that the course has already started and can I start at the very beginning of the course or do I start at the actual tutorial ?
I love your tutorials, I love it so much, I watch it over and over and over, wish you could slow it down for mere mortals like me, because if I missed a key or something, the tutorial doesnt work! would like more nub friendly tutorial :)
Keep up the good work, come back to Aus, hate seeing talent leave our green soils!
Hello Andrew, I am interested in buying the Platinum course ,but here in Nigeria Paypal does not operate. Can a friend living in the U.S pay for me?
Hello, my name is Morty Goldman; I just stumbled upon your site – www.thearchitectureacademy.com – I’m sorry to write in such an odd manner, I thought to call you but I didn’t want to take up your time. What I have to say may be of great interest to you. Did you know that an overwhelming majority of businesses, organizations and celebrities buy likes and followers? What, you thought your competitor’s likes and followers are organic and naturally gained? Ha ha.
Just recently Gangman Style ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q19f0 ) reached a record 2 billion views. Now imagine the scale of Gangnam Style’s popularity being applied to your business! This is exactly how I deliver results to my clients – and I assure you that you’ll be overwhelmingly pleased with the outcome.
Give us a call: +1 (877) 410-4002
or visit us at http://www.SuperbSocial.net
If you are thinking to buy likes… DON’T !
Here is a video that explains why is counterproductive.
You don’t need to see it all to understand why acquiring more likes this way will harm your business. I’m no way connected with the creators of the video.
great Course Andrew , Thank you, I am new to this new type,t his will be my first experience in The cgcooki architecture Competition
Should I participate in the competition with that I have considerable experience
Could someone please tell me what is the required level of experience with Blender before jumping into this course? Is it suitable for beginners and intermediates or is it exclusively for experts?
Ugh I am sorry , I didn’t read the FAQ..the answer was there…
Q: I’m pretty new to Blender. Should I join?
A: No. You should have used Blender regularly for at least 3 months before I’d suggest joining. There’s a lot of advanced tutorials, so if you don’t yet know the basics, learn that first.
architecture + blender = why???? 3dsmax is industrial standard, blender interface is horror .. well no offense against it u can do very good pictures with any software if ur good..and im working with 3ds for 18 years now
Minnesota Fats could beat anyone with a broomstick in pool. It’s not the tools, but the talent. Many of us learn in Blender because it doesn’t cost thousands of dollars. Soon, we’re running the tables with a broomstick.
It’s hard for me to believe that somebody who can’t use proper grammar would be able to afford 3Ds Max, but whatever.
because we can.
For me 3ds max interface is a horror. Go figure.
и сюда запостил.
i am interested with the gold membership, but i just want the architectural models and the architecture texture, can i do that paying
Hi there. I’s really love a basic, unbiased answer to “why blender”. I am designer in South Africa and the Arch rendering market is quite open if you have the skills. So I’ve just started looking into it and started a few 3dsmax tutorials. I’m new enough to change over to blender and have been very impressed by your site. But as an in investment of my time, is blender worth it?
I have to admit I don’t know 3dsmax enough, but I know blender, and I can say it’s a great piece of software. the learning curve may be a little hard for the first days, but you have a community behind you full of people happy to help for any problem you may have.
Anyway, I’ve used maya at school way before starting with blender, and I don’t remember I had an easy learning curve, nor an easier one compared to blender, so I don’t believe it will be harder for you too.
You can find a lot of good learning material for blender too (tuts, courses, this academy) and from what I’ve seen all this stuff (when not free) is way cheaper than the same material for commercial software.
You’ve probably already seen that the results you can achieve using blender and using 3dsmax are more or less the same, and you’ve surely compared the cost of 3dsmax license with the free download of blender, so that’s not a point.
oh, one last thing… I don’t believe if you write to autodesk’s ceo or 3dsmax coders, they will personally answer to you… blender people does :D
Thanks for the feedback. Also posed the question elsewhere and the best feedback was from Wes Burke – he basically said you can’t do anything in one that you can in the other and if he had a chance to start again he’d start with blender,
That’s basically the best feedback I got if anyone is thinking the same thing.
Gutendog, I’m also in SA. Many years ago I started learning the basics of 3dsmax, gave it up, then took up Blender and have been using it for about 7 or 8 years now. The other day I started learning 3ds Max again, I figured I’d just get to know that as well since most 3d companies here do use them. And what a pain, give me Blender any day. I use Blender at the company I work at (I indroduced it myself, we dont have a dedicated 3d department at our branch) and I get great results. And have been attracting quite a bit of attention as well. We just won a multi-million contract with a big company, and I used Blender for all the 3d presentation material. Knowing 3ds Max will be good, but I achieve just the same results using Blender, with no expensive licencing overheads for the company. Its all about what the artist is capable of, not the specific app used as such, which and the end of the day is just the tool in the artists hands.